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Film Daily sat down with Malorie Cunningham to discuss 'Southern Comfort' – the new six-episode web series about two women who, after marrying out of high school, decide

Over a century ago, filmmakers tired of Edison’s camera patent fees and expensive East Coast production costs fled to Los Angeles to start a booming new film industry

The Washington Post has a rather uncomfortable read that delves into one freelance writer’s experience trudging through Woody Allen’s secret documents, also known as his private archives. Apparently,

Saudi Arabia lifts cinema ban, NATO members “stand ready” to move in The National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO) has celebrated Saudi Arabia’s decision to lift a 35-year ban

Sequel inbound? Den of Geek reports that Luc Besson’s Valerian may be due for a sequel, despite tepid box office returns. One failure can’t put this director down. Collider

Festival season is upon us. For every triumph and award, there are thousands of film industry hopefuls who just didn’t make the cut. While work after a rejection

We here at Film Daily were more than happy to have director Marc Meyers take time out of his busy schedule to chat to us about his latest

Sony Pictures has Spidey to thank for big boost in cash flow Sony Pictures has announced it netted a hefty profit of $68.1 million during the second quarter of

House of Cards to finally fall in final sixth season Netflix’s premier original series House of Cards is to finally end in its sixth season. The Kevin Spacey-led show